Politics, farming, and the Progressive party in California: oral history with Philip Bancroft
: Recollections of his father, Hubert H. Bancroft; his early law practice in San Francisco; his interest in politics- particularly the graft prosecution in San Francisco, the gubernatorial campaign of 1910, the start of the Progressive Party, and his 1938 campaign as Republican candidate for U.S. senator; his experiences fruit and nut farming in Walnut Creek- with marketing cooperatives, farmer organizations (including the Associated Farmers) and attempts by unions to organize farm labor.Collection Guide
: The Regional Oral History Office, 1954-1979Call Number
: Phonotape 207 B Rights
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